Posted my Baffles on Thingiverse! Now anyone who has a printer can download and make my design for themselves! (Here ya go @anaign !)
My only request is that you send/post pics of your printed part to me/here/thingiverse so I can see them in use to bring me some joy. If you are beyond ecstatic that you're not paying someone $40-60 for a set of custom 3DP baffles, feel free to send me a paypal tip for what ever amount you have set in your heart - No demands here. If you'd like a set printed in PLA - I can make that happen for you. If you'd like to make them for someone else, I'd ask you contact me first as the creative copyright claim is non-commercial use.
The updates I've made to the original green baffles that I made include lettering, thinned and cleaned up CAD, small hexagonal tapered and extruded indentations on the inner flange to act like small barbs for the glue. All of this resulted in a faster print time by an overall 30 min. The downside is during that process the walls are not completely even and you'll see some strange indentations. . . it's not your printer... its my doing. The baffles come in at 1.45oz combined.
When you install them, note that the fiberglass cowling when molded creates some irregularities eg: fiber lay up that sticks up higher as well as excess resin. You'll need to trim that stuff down a bit. The other thing to note, is you'll want a bit of clearance from the cylinder fins, as PLA, PTEG, ABS, HTPLA will all warp if heated at some point above 200F - especially considering how thin these are. I'm not sure how much clearance is needed at this time. Print with 100% infill. Green PLA is KCamel, Blue Winter HTPLA is Proto-Pasta.
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